For a healthy dinner that's easy, too, try one of our healthy chicken recipes. Ready in under 30 minutes and ringing in at under 400 calories per serving, each chicken recipe is easy and good for you. There's no need to cook separate meals for the rest of the family with these healthy recipe ideas for chicken breasts, chicken salad, chicken soup, and family-friendly chicken sandwiches that everyone will enjoy.View Slideshow
Just because it's healthy doesn't mean it can't taste good. These recipes rate high on flavor and low on cholesterol and fat.
With an airy, souffle-like texture, this side dish works as well for dinner as it does for brunch. Extra-sharp cheddar cheese gives an extra-rich flavor to this puff.
Serve this veggie-filled casserole as a meat-free dish for dinner or brunch.
Wondering what to do with that bumper crop of summer squash or zucchini? Make these sophisticated squash boats that are loaded with a piquant blue cheese and sour cream filling and sprinkled with walnuts.
You have absolutely no need to turn on your oven with this easy way to serve warm, crusty French bread seasoned with parsley, garlic, Parmesan cheese, and ground red pepper.
Use olive oil instead of butter when making the corn bread for this dressing. This will cut back on the saturated fat and add the flavor of the oil.
Fresh fennel adds a captivating licorice-like flavor and lots of crunch to this festive condiment.
Be creative with seasonings! The inspired combination of coriander, oregano, and lemon peel adds character to this colorful vegetable side dish.
The Italian word "primavera" refers to the use of fresh vegetables, like the squash, carrots, red pepper, and broccoli that create this culinary kaleidoscope.
Roasting autumn vegetables in walnut oil and balsamic vinegar caramelizes their natural sugar and creates a delicious and vitamin-rich side dish.
By relying on a slimmed-down white sauce and a toasty whole-grain topper, this creamy green bean take-along keeps fat and sodium in check.
Bread crumbs with tender, sweet onion top this casserole instead of the traditional high-fat fried onion rings.
Wow! This carrot spread packs a lot of flavor into each bite. Colorful as well as delicious, it looks great on your appetizer table.
Greek olives and olive oil, which browns and crisps the potatoes, add monounsaturated fat -- great for heart health.
Asiago cheese is a semifirm, Italian cheese that lends a rich nutty flavor to this polenta topped with a fresh-flavored tomato sauce.
Sauteed "trinity" (onions, celery, and bell pepper) and Creole seasoning make these beans taste like they were simmered all day.